9th January 2015
Police investigating ‘pipe bomb’ threats against gay MP Chris Bryant 12
7:06 PM — Police are investigating death threats sent to gay Labour MP Chris Bryant, after he tweeted about Charlie Hebdo.
24th November 2014
Mexico: State’s planned first gay wedding scuppered by bomb threat 3
7:37 PM — The first gay wedding that was set to take place in the Mexican state of Baja California was scuppered by a bomb threat.
16th June 2014
US: Trans Pride LA evacuated due to bomb threat 5
6:09 PM — 200 people were evacuated from the Los Angeles Trans Pride festival on Saturday night, due to a bomb threat.
29th April 2013
Admiral Duncan pub nail bomb memorial ‘missing’ 8
1:41 PM — The memorial plaque installed to commemorate the victims of a nail bomb at central London pub the Admiral Duncan, has disappeared.
18th April 2013
Gay police officer featured on Boston Marathon bombing Sports Illustrated cover 1
3:50 PM — An openly gay police officer of the Boston Police Department who was present during Monday's Boston Marathon bombings, has been featured in an iconic image which has been used on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated magazine.
16th April 2013
Westboro Baptist Church blames same-sex marriage for Boston Marathon bomb attack 89
11:39 AM — The vehemently homophobic Westboro Baptist Church has threatened to picket the funerals of those killed in the Boston Marathon bomb attack.
8th January 2013
US: Teen to be charged with plotting to kill gay teacher and black students in school explosion 14
1:50 AM — An Alabama student is to face court after police uncovered what they said was a plot to kill a gay teacher and six students using homemade explosives.
23rd April 2012
Comment: Remembering the Admiral Duncan 11
3:08 PM — Monday 30 April next week marks the thirteenth anniversary of the nail bomb attack on the Admiral Duncan in London's Soho. Mark Healey is one of the organisers of the remembrance service.
26th December 2010
Jerusalem Pride bomber sentenced to six months community service 13
1:51 PM — A district court in Jerusalem has sentenced a 35-year-old Michael Naky to six months community service for setting off a makeshift bomb to disrupt a gay pride march in the city in 2007. The judge gave the sentence after a plea bargain between the defence and the prosecution.